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NEWS

  • Know your Rights for reemployment, USERRA

    Veterans Employment and Training Service, an agency of the Department of Labor, oversees grants for Veterans seeking employment, maintains transition assistance programs for employment, and it also runs the Compliance and Investigation Division for employment complaints, which is responsible for

  • Resilient and motivated leader encourages goal setting in New Year

    As the Air Force Reserve transitions from the year 2020 into the year 2021, the words ‘Reserve Resilient’ ring louder than ever before. One Reserve Citizen Airman, Brig. Gen. Kathleen Flarity, mobilization assistant to the command surgeon, Air Mobility Command, not only maintains a healthy balance

  • Two wing inspection team reservists promote to master sergeants

    Master Sgts Allison Heckenkamp and Carlos Gonzalez III, 302nd Airlift Wing wing inspection team, recite the Oath of Enlistment after being promoted to the rank of master sergeants during the December unit training assembly, Dec. 5, 2020, at Peterson-Schriever Garrison, Colorado. Heckenkamp and

  • 302nd Airlift Wing leadership visits with Operations Support Squadron

    Senior Master Sgt. Mark Skarban, 302nd Operations Support Squadron superintendent, shows Col. Christopher Zidek, 302 AW commander and Chief Master Sgt. Kahn Scalise, 302 AW command chief, new equipment during a tour through several wing squadrons, Nov. 8, 2020, at Peterson-Schriever Garrison,

  • 302nd Airlift Wing leadership visit with Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

    Chief Master Sgt. Kahn Scalise (left), 302nd Airlift Wing command chief, looks at a toolbox with Tech. Sgt. David Buchberger (center) and Senior Airman Manuel Carrillo (right), 302nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief and consolidated toolkit custodians, during the November unit training

  • Hurricane Hunters: navigators guide through storms

    The 403rd Wing’s 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron based out of Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, is the only Department of Defense organization that flies weather reconnaissance. In this specialized unit of Reserve Citizen Airmen, a crew is made up of a minimum of five members consisting of a